Volunteers sought for caboose

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The Town of Superior, in conjunction with the Superior Chamber of Commerce, is very proud of their Caboose Visitors Center, located on Highway 60. It’s unique looks, combined with a family park, drew over 835 visitors in just the past three winter months.

Volunteers put in 238 hours, during the same time period to ensure that travelers were informed of Arizona’s wonderful sights and Superior’s charming shops and restaurants. However, as the Chamber opens a new office on Main Street, we are looking for additional volunteers to man the Caboose and Office.

The hours are flexible and suited to your time schedule. If you are interested in volunteering, please call Merrilee at 520-689-2274 or the Chamber office at 520-867-0200. We look forward to hearing from people who are committed to serving the Superior community.

Thank you,

/s/ Merrilee Kinney

Superior Chamber of Commerce

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